Category Archives: Reviews

Care for a bit of Garnish?-Nikon D5500

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Tweet Minor upgrades usually come with a small jump in model numbers, yet the Nikon D5500 seems to be a minor upgrade with the camera inheriting its most important features from the D5300. This 24.2 megapixel model boasts a touchscreen monitor and better hand grip. Design and Build Quality Th…

More Lethal Indeed-Sony ∝ 7 II

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Tweet Sony Alpha Full Frame cameras have been an instant hit from the time they were announced. Recently Sony upgraded the Apha 7 camera with a few useful improvements. The new camera features a 5-axis in-body Image Stabilisation, improved autofocus and processing algorithms, and some design modifi cations to improve…

A Compact A-i-O lens-Tamron 14-150mm f/3.5-5.8 Di III

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Tweet Tamron has been a pioneer in manufacturing compact zoom lenses with very high zoom ratios (popularly known as the super zooms). Following this tradition, Tamron has introduced this lens which has a zoom ratio of 10.7. It belongs to the Di III Series which are specifically meant for the…

Super-wide dream lens!-AF-S Nikkor 20mm 1:1.8G ED

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Tweet Through the years, Nikon has made several versions of the 20mm lens. This latest version is a G-type autofocus lens employing Nano-Coat to eff ectively control flare and ghosting which is otherwise common to most ultra-wide-angle lenses. The 20mm lens is ideal for ultra-wide landscapes, any cramped situation, interiors…

Useful enhancements-Photoshop Elements 13

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Tweet Adobe released the Photoshop Elements 12 a year ago, which adopted some of the advanced features form Creative Suite versions. The new version, Elements 13, has been put together with amateur and casual photographers in mind, enhancing the social media-focussed features and improving the automated processes. With the professional…